Where to get gear

Where to rent and buy windsurfing gear on Maui

A common question from windsurfers planning vacations to Maui is whether to bring their own gear or rent. The answer of course is, that depends. If you’re going to be here for a few weeks, then it might be cheaper to bring your own gear. Otherwise, consider renting. Think about it. This is the epicenter of windsurfing research and development. All these shops listed below carry the latest gear. If you can swing it, do yourself a favor and try out some new gear. But, if you decide to bring your own and have questions about traveling with your gear, check out this handy page windsurfing travel page at HolidayExtras.com.

The info below is correct as far as I know it, as of September 2008.

Pritchard Windsurfing

www.pritchardwindsurfing.com
Boards: Tabou, Starboard
Sails: Gaastra

Hawaiian Island Surf and Sport

www.hawaiianisland.com
Boards: Naish, Starboard, JP
Sails: Ezzy, Naish, Neil Pryde

Hi Tech

www.htmaui.com
Boards: Quatro, RRD
Sails: Ezzy, Maui Sails

Kanaha Kai

www.kanahakai.com
Baords: Mistral, Tabou, Real Wind
Sails: Hot Sails, Gaastra

Maui Windsurf Company

www.maui-windsurf.com
Boards: Goya, F2
Sails: Goya

Naish Maui Pro Center

www.naishmaui.com
111 Hana Highway, # 108 Kahului
Tel. : 808-871-1500
Boards: Naish
Sails: Naish

Neil Pryde

www.neilprydemaui.com
Boards: JP
Sails: Neil Pryde

Second Wind

www.secondwindmaui.com
Boards: 3D RRD, Mistral, OES
Sails: Ezzy, North, Sailworks

Simmer

www.simmerhawaii.com
Boards: RRD, Quatro
Sails: Simmer

FWD Hawaii

808-575-2200
Boards: Goya, Quatro
Sails: Goya

What about windsurfing lessons?

Looking for windsurfing lessons while your hear on Maui. You’re covered. Check out the following:
Hawaiian Sailboarding Techniques

www.hstwindsurfing.com
Maui Sports Unlimited

www.mauisportsunlimited.com
Action Sports Maui

www.actionsportsmaui.com

Windsurfing School of Maui

www.windsurfinglessons.com